Florida BEST Reading Task Card GROWING Bundle 4th Grade




Florida BEST Reading Task Card Bundle – 4th Grade

⭐️ These Florida BEST Reading Task Card Bundle for 4th Grade task cards are perfect for addressing all Florida BEST ELA Reading and Vocabulary standards.


⭐️This is a GROWING bundle. More sets will be added, and the price will increase. If you purchase early, you will receive all future additions for free.


What’s Included:

  • 30 short passages with various text structures
  • 1 Multiple Choice Question for Each Passage
  • Challenge Card
  • Recording Template
  • Answer Key


Sets Already Included:

  1. Plot Development ELA.4.R.1.1
  2. Theme ELA.4.R.1.2
  3. Narrator’s Point of View and Character Perspective ELA.4.R.1.3
  4. Rhyme and Structure in Poetry ELA.4.R.1.4
  5. Text Features ELA.4.R.2.1
  6. Text Structure ELA.4.R.2.1
  7. Central Idea and Relevant Details ELA.4.R.2.2
  8. Author’s Claim and Evidence ELA.4.R.2.4
  9. Summarize Fiction ELA.4.R.3.2
  10. Summarize Nonfiction ELA.4.R.3.2
  11. Figurative Language Across Genres ELA.4.R.3.1
  12. Compare and Contrast Accounts Primary and Secondary Sources ELA.4.R.3.3
  13. Prefixes ELA.4.V.1.2
  14. Roots ELA.4.V.1.2
  15. Suffixes ELA.4.V.1.2
  16. Synonyms and Antonyms ELA.4.V.1.3
  17. Homonyms ELA.4.V.1.3
  18. Homophones ELA.4.V.1.3


Coming Soon:

  1. Author’s Perspective in Informational Text ELA.4.R.2.3


Please Note:

The following sets are also included in my CCSS bundle:

Story Elements, Theme, Text Features, Summarizing Fiction

Some sets for 4th and 5th grade are the same. Do not purchase both bundles separately.


Suggested Uses:

✏️ Centers – These are perfect to use in centers and independent/partner work.


✏️ Scoot – Pass out one card for each student. Set a timer and say, “scoot!” when the timer goes off. Students move seats to the next card. They continue to rotate until they are back at their original seat.


✏️ Scavenger Hunt – Hide cards around the room. Students search for cards and answer them.


✏️ Games – Number block tower blocks. Students stack the blocks, then take turns pulling blocks. Students answer the corresponding number card.


✏️ Whole-Class Practice – Teacher displays card on the projector. Students answer on mini-whiteboards.


✏️ Exit Tickets – Give each student a task card at the end of the lesson. Have them answer on a sticky note.


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